Luxury Camping Tent with a Swimming Pool near Zion National Park, Utah
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A separate, miniature cottage-like building houses the tent's bathroom, which is shared with one other tent. Inside, guests will find showers, toilets, and vanities. Bath towels, outdoor towels, and a knapsack are provided. Other amenities include air conditioning, a two-burner propane camp stove, and electricity.
The site also provides guests with Wi-Fi and shared access to a swimming pool, a deck with lounge chairs, a fire pit with a grill plate, a bonfire pit, a charcoal barbecue grill, and a historic barn with a speakeasy, a dining area, a coffeemaker, a small refrigerator, a large ice freezer, a microwave, a hot water dispenser, and a washer and dryer.
- Queen-size bed
- Dining room
- Linens and pillows
- Breakfast bar
- Fire pit
- Air conditioning
- Outdoor pool
- Shared Barbecue
Location + Surroundings
At the site itself, guests will find a bucolic setting composed of peaceful meadows dotted with tall, leafy, and shade-giving trees. A family of ducks lives on the site, and the neighboring pastures are home to cows, sheep, and horses. At night, guests will enjoy clear skies, unobscured by light pollution, revealing the full splendor of the myriad stars above. During the day, the pastoral scenery is set into relief by a backdrop of sandstone cliffs abruptly up in the near distance.
Impressive as these cliffs are, they are just a taste of things to come as guests explore the surrounding natural areas. Many more such cliffs await guests at the self-descriptive Red Cliffs Desert Reserve, which also safeguards a variety of desert ecosystems, black lava rock caps, mountainous areas, and protected habitats for a variety of birds, mammals, and reptiles, including desert tortoises. Guests can see many more unique geological features at the adjacent Snow Canyon State Park, including extinct cinder cones, lava flowers, and lava tubes.
Closer to the site, at Zion National Park, guests will find attractions such as Zion Canyon, the Virgin River, and the Emerald Pools, along with 148,016 acres of desert, riparian, woodland, and coniferous forest environments, which provide habitats for a variety of wildlife, including mule, deer, collared lizards, cougars, bighorn sheep, and pinyon jays. To the south of the park, at the Canaan Mountain Wilderness, guests will find 44,500 acres of cliff walls, slot canyons, natural arches, mountain slopes, and plateaus crowned with stands of ponderosa pines.
Connecting the park and the wilderness, the Water Canyon Trail offers to take guests on a meandering journey through a narrow corridor of sandstone canyon walls, winding past boulders, juniper trees, gullies, waterfalls, fractured ledges, and patches of lush vegetation along the way. Guests craving more water in the mostly arid environs of southwestern Utah can head to the 600-acre reservoir of Quail Creek State Park or the 1,322-acre reservoir of Sand Hollow State Park.
The tent is two hours and 20 minutes from Las Vegas, where the nearest international airport is located.
- Water sports
- Horseback riding
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
Guests will find many opportunities for outdoor recreation at nearby Zion National Park. For hiking, the park offers a variety of trails encompassing a full range of lengths and difficulty levels, from the short and easy Emerald Pools Trail to the long and challenging Observation Point Trail. Guests can also go biking on the Pa'rus Trail and Zion Canyon Scenic Drive, horseback riding on guided tours with Canyon Trail Rides, kayaking on the Virgin River, climbing on the park's 2,000-foot-tall sandstone cliffs, birdwatching for the 291 species of birds that call the park home, and wildlife viewing—keeping an eye out for the many mammals and reptiles that call the park home, such as mule deer, collared lizards, cougars, and bighorn sheep.
More opportunities for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and climbing can be found at the Canaan Mountain Wilderness, Red Cliffs National Conservation Area, and Snow Canyon State Park. For a truly one-of-a-kind hiking experience, guests can head to the Water Canyon Trail, which will take them on a winding journey through a narrow corridor of sandstone canyon walls, between which they will pass by boulders, juniper trees, gullies, waterfalls, fractured ledges, and patches of lush vegetation along the way.
Sightseeing opportunities abound at all of the natural areas mentioned above, where guests can see Zion Canyon, the Virgin River, and the Emerald Pools at Zion National Park; red sandstone cliffs and black lava rock caps at Red Cliffs Desert Reserve; extinct cinder cones, lava flows, and lava tubes at Snow Canyon State Park; and cliff walls, natural arches, slot canyons, mountain slopes, and plateaus at the Canaan Mountain Wilderness.
For a refreshing break from the mostly arid environments of southwestern Utah, guests can head to Quail Creek State Park, where they can go swimming, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, boating, and fishing in a 600-acre reservoir. Kayaks and paddleboards can be rented from DIG Paddlesports, which is based at the north end of the park's parking lot. Guests can also go swimming, boating, and fishing in the 1,322-acre reservoir of Sand Hollow State Park.
Check-in: 3:00 p.m.
Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
Some spaces are shared
Guests should contact the host for information regarding the property's smoking policy.
There is an additional cleaning fee.